Welt, a spin-off company of Samsung Electronics, wants you to embrace healthy habits while keeping in style.
The company has developed a smart belt that provides advice to meet fitness goals and can send notifications when the user has been sitting for too long or eating too much.
The Korean-based tech startup has launched the smart belt at CES 2019.
Welt is the first smart belt that allows men and women to monitor their body, health, waist size, overeating and physical activity.
It looks just like a stylish leather belt while allowing you to discreetly monitor your health. Choices of different designs and exquisite quality make it naturally belt, but better.
With your health data, Welt provides comprehensive health analysis with insights and warnings so you can focus on staying balanced.
Welt’s health goals are personalized to you based on your health data. As more data is accrued, Welt will become even more fine-tuned to meet your fitness goals.
This belt communicates with a paired smartphone, delivering information about your current waist size, your daily step counts, etc. The leather belt uses Bluetooth to communicate data from the belt buckle to any smartphone
Welt’s mobile app provides users with a comprehensive analysis with insight and warnings to help them meet their fitness goals. With its push alerts and notifications, the belt reminds the belt wearer to get up when they’re sitting too long, eating too much or even when they need more exercise.